The first step to be accepted into this program is to complete the college application.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management are important components of business operations that involve the planning, implementation, and control of the movement and storage of goods, services, and information. Employees in this field ensure the effective flow of materials, products, and information from suppliers to manufacturers, distributors to retailers, and ultimately to customers. Trenholm State’s program introduces students to inventory management, procurement, warehousing, and distribution. Students also learn how to manage the flow of goods and services from the point of origin to the point of consumption. Additional knowledge and skills include how to manage supply chain operations, analyze data, and make informed decisions that impact the bottom line.
TSCC’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers multiple aspects of this in-demand field. Students will learn from expert faculty who are passionate about their field and bring real-world experiences to the classroom. The curriculum will expose students to in-demand skills, problem-solving, and sustainable and ethical practices in supply chain management. Graduates of the program will be prepared to enter a variety of entry-level positions in the field including but not limited to the following:
Associate of Applied Science Business Administration - Logistics and Supply Chain Managemente
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The answer is yes, unless you qualify for exemption.
Employment in logistics and supply chain management is expected to grow at a rate of 6% in the next seven years. The median annual wage for logisticians, which includes those with an associate degree in logistics and supply chain management is on average $76,270 or about $36.67 per hour. Source: Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.